- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Adult pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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... expressed interest in throughout the week. Then I stumbled upon two gems in his library, Simon and Garfunkel and Jimi Hendrix! I can't explain how excited I was. After 3 1/2 weeks without a music player and only hearing Brazilian music it was awesome to know if be listening to some good American guitar rock very soon, and also some good easy listening American folk. I'm not huge on country pride but we definitely do music well. I went to the ...
... Forte. Add traffic to that, and the journey each way took almost three hours!
The beach was worth it: a welcome respite from the urban jungle of Salvador. I loved the breeze. Soothing to the soul. It was unzipping from a straightjacket of unexpected sensory overload in Pelourinho.
I went straight to Projecto Tamar to check out the turtles. This is part of a massive turtle conservation network across the east coast of Brazil. These turtles migrate all ...
... br> Everything was very well organised and made easier by having regular email
contact with WVS and the charity. Soon enough my bags were packed, I had a
supply of donated veterinary equipment to take out with me, and I was on my
Animal Viva is a registered charity in Salvador, Brazil run by a Brazilian lady,
Claudia and an English lady, Margaret. They work tirelessly to educate the
local people on animal welfare, the benefits ...
... still flying unaffected by the late night reveling that had occurred the previous night and lasted until the wee hours of this morning.
We stopped at one shop before entering the main square of this historical old section of the city of Salvador. Among the many items in the store were wooden masks. We would like to add a mask from Brazil to our collection of wooden masks but have been warned that wood products from Brazil are not allowed thru customs in the ...
... of Good Death.
We left Sao Felix and headed back across the Paraguacu via the narrow iron bridge to our 2:30 pm appointment with Brother Valmir, the caretaker of the Church of the Sisters of the Good Death. The church was closed but Valmir opened it especially for us. The sisters were preparing for an election the following day to decide the new administration of the sisterhood for the next three years, so they would not be coming out and we would not ...